Carnegie Mellon University begins classes today

Carnegie Mellon University-Rwanda (CMU-R), the first major higher education institution in the U.S. to offer graduate engineering degree programmes in Rwanda, will hold its first professional development class today starting at 5:30pm.

Carnegie Mellon University-Rwanda (CMU-R), the first major higher education institution in the U.S. to offer graduate engineering degree programmes in Rwanda, will hold its first professional development class today starting at 5:30pm.

The class, “Introduction to Strategic Uses of Digital Information”, which will be taught by Professor Michel Bézy, will be held at Telecom House. Professor Michel Bézy has more than two decades of experience in developing business strategy.

 

Prior to his current position, Dr. Bézy worked for IBM Corporation for 25 years.

 

CMU-R will commence its Master’s degree courses in Information Technology in August 2012. 

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